IMASENIC’s mission is to be the provider of choice for your unique image sensors and systems. Our experienced and innovative engineering team will develop your new product, that will give your company a leading position in the market.
We have decades of cumulated experience in the imaging arena and will be able to help you with any kind of imaging products. You can come to us with just your initial ideas or with detailed requirements or anything in between. We will work for and with you all the way through to transform it in the unique innovative product you look for.
IMASENIC was founded in 2017 by two engineers with decades of experience in developing and bringing to market innovative semiconductor products.
We are based in Barcelona, one of the European capitals of innovation.
IMASENIC has been officially recognised as an innovative SME, by the European Union.
IMASENIC is a founding member of the Asociación Española de la Industria de los Semiconductores, AESEMI, the Spanish Association of the Semiconductor Industry.
IMASENIC is in the process of qualification in the industry-standard ISO9001-2015 for the Research and development, production and after-sales service of image sensors and cameras.
Read here our Quality Policy.
Renato Turchetta, CEO
CEO and co-founder
Renato Turchetta, PhD, is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of IMASENIC. He has over 30 years’ experience in developing innovative image sensors products. He started and grew the CMOS image sensor team at the Ruterhford Appleton Laboratory, UK, one of the largest multidisciplinary European organisation. There he founded and was executive director at vivaMOS, a company dedicated to the commercialisation of the wafer-scale CMOS Image Sensors that Renato’s team had developed. The company was successfully acquired by Nordson Dage in 2020. In 2016, Renato moved to Barcelona, one of the European capitals of innovation, to found IMASENIC.
CTO and co-founder
Adria Bofill, PhD, is the Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of IMASENIC. He has over 20 years of experience in developing analog/mixed-signal CMOS products, in both startups and large companies. He first grew professionally in Analog Devices, which he left in 2006 to join an innovative startup, Gigle Semiconductors, based in the Scottish Silicon Glenn. In Gigle Adrià worked on some of the products that made the success of the company, that was finally acquired by Broadcom in 2010. It is here that Adrià became engineering manager, leading teams developing products for market-leader consumer-electronics companies world-wide.